ATISA


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ATISAAlberta Trucking Industry Safety Association (Canada)
ATISAAmerican Translation and Interpreting Studies Association (formerly ATSA)
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SH720,000 "Many public and private hospitals in Nakuru County have no capacity to employ specialists, we want to save residents the agony of traveling to Nairobi or Eldoret for specialised consultancy services," said Dr Atisa.He said the initial capital used to set up the hospital was Sh720,000 which was raised as share contribution from board of directors.
Chan said the conclusion of Atisa is timely as there is a need for Asean to pay more attention to trade in services, a critical driver growth of economies in the region.
ATISA is owned by DOCOMO PACIFIC Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT DOCOMO, Inc., who selected NEC, a global leader in the integration of IT and network technologies, to design and build the cable.
As part of the exhibition, IGNCA will display butter sculptures of Buddhas and live sand mandalas by monks, as well as documentary films depicting the life and legacy of Atisa, as it exists today in China.
These names, however, (Atisa, Bu ston, etc.) are only given in katakana.
Tarkajvala done by Atisa and Jayasila (Nag lo cha ba).
The famous monk Atisa, who arrived in Srivijaya in 1012, had been initiated into the teachings of the Hevajra tantra before his departure; if he did not introduce the text himself, then maybe the intercourse that led him to decide to study in Srivijaya was reponsible.
AGANA, GUAM, Mar 10, 2016 - (JCN Newswire) - DOCOMO PACIFIC Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT DOCOMO, Inc., and NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) today announced the signing of a contract to build ATISA, an optical submarine cable system that will connect Guam with the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
(15) Fredrik Liland (2009: 21-29) has shown that since the one-year visit of Atisa to Nepal in 1040, the Bodhicaryovatara has been copied in Sanskrit numerous times, with local Buddhist pandits also making abbreviated copies and writing/copying commentaries on it.
At the later period the king of Guge's elder son namely Kor-re also known as Jangchub became a Buddhist monk and sent young scholars to Kashmir and invited Atisa, a Buddhist teacher to Tibet in 1040 and Chidar (Phyi dar) phase thus made its entry into Tibet.
** Member and past president, American Translation and Interpreting Studies Association (ATISA)